Artist with diverse roots and diverse art
The art of WAYNE LE ONE reflects the artist's roots,
which are Native American, African American as well as European.
The artist feels at home in painting, dancing, poetry, sculpturing and
Walking on the different paths of art brought the artist
from Louisiana to Oakland, California, and finally to Europe.
After studying art at Merritt College, California
the artist spent some time in Florence, Italy
and traveled around Europe to learn more about the different European styles of art.
He also holds a Lester Horton Modern Dance Teacher's Certificate from
the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center in New York.
Thus, the works are inspired by a lot of well-known artists:
Van Gogh, de Lempicka, Rembrandt, Michelangelo, Klimt and Picasso as well as Martha Graham.
Amongst some European collectors the works
have also been sold to the
(Museum of Ethnology)
Exhibitions of the artwork took place in galleries and with well-known companies,
like Daimler AG, IBM, SAP, SAS and SESSIONS.
Numerous vernissages and events like Jazz-festivals were enhanced by the artist's paintings.
The artist was often called a master of the IMPASTO-TECHNIQUE.
2009 Daimler AG,UNIMOG Museum Gaggenau, Germany
2010 ART KARLSRUHE, Germany,
2011 ART EXPO NEW YORK
2012 Semi-finalist "Tous pour l'art" ARTE TV
curated by Prof. Dr. Peter Raue and Christiane zu Salm
2012 ARTE BASEL-BINNINGEN-SWITZERLAND
2013 ART & FORM (INVENTA)-Karlsruhe
2013 BERLINER LISTE
2013 retrospective of Montreal Jazz Festival by Le Journal de Montreal
2014 Jazz Festival Burghausen
2014/15 Art review in Vernissage Atelier magazine and online exhibition
2016 Books "Impasto" and "Jazz" by Wayne Le One
April 2016 JazzAhead Bremen
Sept 2016 International Art Fair Rotterdam
Nov 2016 ART3F Mulhouse/France
Jul/Aug 2017 ART SYLT, Germany
Sept/Oct. 2017 Art Fair Hanover-Herrenhausen
2018 ART 3000 SYLT, Germany
2018 Art Kamen, Werlinale
SOLO EXHIBITION in Museum Haus Rykenberg, Werl
2019 ARTe Sindelfingen, ART 3000 Sylt, ART Coburg,
ADAF (Annual Dutch Art Fair) Amsterdam
2020 Salon international d'art contemporain Paris